The most expensive hotel suite in the world costs $81,000 per night and is in a hotel in Switzerland. If you have a lot of money, there are a lot of ways to spend it. This time is not about an extremely expensive car, a yacht, a helicopter or a villa in the Caribbean. A week of vacation in Switzerland is the answer, more specifically, in Geneva, and not just anywhere, but in the Royal Suite of the Hotel Président Wilson. The price equals the luxury offered: $81,000 per night. The Royal Penthouse occupies the entire top floor of the hotel and has an unimaginable security level.
You already imagine the comfort and the luxury here, but you also have to know that the apartment features 12 rooms and 12 bathrooms, a fitness center, a meeting room, a billiards room and a lounge where is placed a Steinway piano and from almost every room you can see Lake Geneva and the Alps.
An entire team that includes a personal assistant, a chef and a butler will be at your service day and night. A private elevator offers access to the apartment and to the helipad. As for the safety measures, you will be more protected than in a fortress: bulletproof windows, armored doors and a safe the size of a man. No wonder that the apartment hosted, over time, international celebrities like Bill Gates, Michael Jackson, Bill Clinton, Mikhail Gorbachev and Tony Blair.